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Caufield, Richard A., "The Kalaallit of West Greenland," in Endangered Peoples of the Arctic: Struggles to Survive and Thrive, edited by Milton Freeman, Greenwood Press, 2000.

Caulfield presents a readable history of the Inuit peoples of Greenland, from historical past into the twenty-first century.

Nuttal, Mark, "Greenland: Emergence of an Inuit Homeland," in Polar Peoples: Self-Determination & Development, edited by Minority Rights Group, Minority Rights Publications, 1994.

Nuttall's chapter in this longer overview of polar peoples offers the reader a concise history of Danish colonization of Greenland as well as prospects for the future.

Satterlee, Thomas, "Peter Høeg," in Dictionary of Literary Biography, Vol. 214: Twentieth-Century Danish Writers, edited by Marianne Stecher-Hansen, The Gale Group, 1999, pp. 178-187.

Satterlee provides an excellent introduction to Peter Høeg's work for the student who wants to know more about the writer.

Schaffer, Rachel, "Smilla's Sense of Gender Identity," in Clues...

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